The council of Florence does NOT represent the Orthodox accept the Latin view of things, nor a date of the schism. As far as I know only the Ecumenical Patriarchate agreed to the council (minus of course St. Mark of Ephesos).
Here's all the info. I could find from the actual council:
Session 4, 9 April 1438: "Finally, our most dear son John Palaeologus, emperor of the Romans, together with our venerable brother Joseph, patriarch of Constantinople, the apocrisiaries of the other patriarchal sees and a great multitude of archbishops, ecclesiastics, and nobles arrived at their last port, Venice, on 8 February last...
"Therefore we intend to carry out with care, as is our duty, the decree of the council of Basel, to which the Greeks agreed, as well as the choice of a place for the ecumenical council, which was made at the council of Basel and which was later confirmed by us at Bologna at the urging of the envoys of the said emperor and patriarch, and any other things pertaining to this work of holy union.
"Therefore we decree and declare, in every way and form as best we can, with the assent of the said emperor and patriarch and of all those in the present synod, that there exists a holy universal or ecumenical synod in this city of Ferrara, which is free and safe for all; and therefore it should be deemed and called such a synod by all, in which this holy business of union will be conducted without any quarrelsome contention but with all charity and, as we hope, will be brought by divine favour to a happy conclusion together with the other holy tasks for which the synod is known to have been instituted."
So we see right here, only the Patriarch of Constantinople and the Emperor at the start of Ferrara (Basel-Ferrara-Florence-Rome were like one single council).
Session 6, 6 July 1439: "Eugenius, bishop, servant of the servants of God, for an everlasting record. With the agreement of our most dear son John Palaeologus, illustrious emperor of the Romans, of the deputies of our venerable brothers the patriarchs and of other representatives of the easter church, to the following... [touches on the filioque; stating that the Latins believe that the Father is the source of all deity and there is a single spiration of the Holy Spirit]
[Now goes on to say that Christ is present in both unlevened and levened wheat bread; stuff about purgatory in the form of "cleansing pains" and works for the dead to relieve them from purgatory; Roman pontiff holds primacy over the whole Church; Constantinople second, Alexandria third, Antioch fourth, and Jerusalem fifth]"
Session 8, 22 November 1439, covers the "Bull of union with the Armenians": "After all these matters had been explained, the aforesaid Armenians, in their own name and in the name of their patriarch and of all Armenians, with all devotion and obedience accept, admit and embrace this salutary synodal decree with all its chapters, declarations, definitions, traditions, precepts and statutes and all the doctrines contained in it, and also whatever the holy apostolic see and the Roman church holds and teaches...
"When the aforesaid decrre had been solemnly read out in our and the holy synod's presence, straightaway our beloved Narses, an Armenian, in the name of the said envoys, publicly recited the following in Armenian and thereupond our beloved son Basil of the order of the friars Minor, the interpreter between us and the Armenians, publicly read it out in Latin as follows.
"[acceptance of the council then follows, including the insertion of the filioque, etc.]"
Session 11, 4 February 1442, "Bull of union with the Copts": "After all these explanations the aforesaid abbot Andrew, in the name of the aforesaid patriarch and of himself and of all the Jacobites, receives and accepts with all devotion and reverence this most salutary synodal decree with all its chapters, declarations, definitions, traditions, precepts and statutes and all the doctrine contained therein, and also whatever the holy apostolic see and the Roman church holds and teaches."
Session 13, 30 November 1444, "Bull of union with the Syrians": [This is all in the future tense, as in "Archbishop Abdala shall accept," which leads one to think that this wasn't agreed upon as of yet]
Session 14, 7 August 1445, "Bull of union with the Chaldeans and the Maronites of Cyprus": "I, Timothy, archbishop of Tarsus and metropolitan of the Chaldeans who are in Cyprus, on behalf of myself and all my peoples in Cyprus, profess, vow and promise to almighty God, Father, Son and holy Spirit, and then to you, most holy and blessed father pope Eugenius IV, to this holy apostolic see and to this holy and venerable congregation, that henceforth I will always remain under the obedience of you and your sucessors and of the the holy Roman church as under the unique mother and head of all other churches...
"Then our beloved son in Christ Issac, envoy of our venerable brother Elias, bishop of the Maronites, on his behalf and in his name, rejecting the heresy of Macarius about one will in Christ, made with great veneration a profession that was similar in all details."
Although, the interesting part of that Council is that it reaffirmed the authority of the Councils over the Popes as stated in the Council of Constance.